African Hand Carved Ebony, Pregnant Woman Carrying a Water Jug.
African Hand Carved Ebony, Pregnant Woman Carrying a Water Jug On Her Head.
Wood carving is often cited as a source of deforestation, even though it employs only a small percentage of Africans. In actual fact, the bigger contributor to deforestation is the usage of trees for firewood and international exports. Many wood carvers in countries like Uganda, Kenya, Senegal, and Ghana, for example, have also taken part in initiatives to ensure the licensing and reforestation of wood used in crafts production. This wood includes mahogany, teak, mango and ebony.
Ebony is regarded as the most luxurious and unique wood throughout Africa.
Item Code - WOO2A448PAN
Width: 3 7/8" Height: 19 3/8" Depth: 3 5/8" Weight: 905 g
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